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Audit: ND university awarded unearned degrees
BISMARCK, N.D. — Facing pressure to bring in more students as North Dakota's booming oil industry made it tougher to coax new high school graduates into college, Dickinson State University began looking overseas to boost its enrollment.
China, which sends more students to U.S. universities than any other nation, became one of the school's more reliable suppliers of young people.
But as an audit made public Friday revealed, lax recordkeeping and oversight resulted in hundreds of degrees being awarded to students who didn't finish their course work. Others enrolled who couldn't speak English or hadn't achieved the "C'' average normally required for admission.
The report depicts Dickinson State as a diploma mill for foreign students, most of whom were Chinese. Of 410 foreign students who have received four-year degrees since 2003 — most of them in the past four years — 400 did not fulfill all the graduation requirements, it said.
Are you really starting another identity and trying to front like you aren't JazX?
more proof it is jazx as mrdobolina is a username which hasn't been used in years. congrats on achieving the crawlspace underneath your new low.
its so fascinating to watch the death & birth of a troll
Seems QBN has turned into a totalitarian, fascist group after all!
Love live America!
You need mental help. For real.
404'd already, must be a new record